HC Deb 14 November 1884 vol 293 c1722

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If it is true that about a year ago the Constabulary at Whitegate, county of Cork, received information that Colonel Thackwell, a resident in that district, had attempted the life of one of his servants with a revolver; and, whether any entry of the information was made in the barrack journal; and, if so, why Colonel Thackwell was not prosecuted?


I have no information on this subject, and as I received no Notice of the Question, I have not had opportunity to obtain any. If the hon. Member will be so good as to put his Question down again, allowing time for a reference to the county of Cork for inquiry, I will be happy to answer it.